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Britney Spears Debuts Her New ‘…Baby One More Time’ Outfit in Crop Top and Schoolgirl Skirt

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Britney Spears is taking her own ’90s style into the 2020s—and mastering the art of self-referencing while doing it.

The “Glory” musician posed in an Instagram Reel today, wearing an unbuttoned white collared shirt tied at the front to mimic a crop top. Paired with a plaid pleated miniskirt, the ensemble was an undeniable reference to her 1998 music video for “…Baby One More Time.” In that iconic clip, Spears wore a similar look complete with a red bra, gray cardigan and thigh-high stockings in a sleek homage to academic style.

Appropriately, the Grammy Award-winning musician partially captioned the photo “Pssss this is my new …Baby One More Time outfit.” Her look was complete with a beaded choker and wrap bracelet.

Crop tops have become a staple in Spears’ wardrobe as of late. The “Womanizer” singer can often be seen in a variety of styles and colors of the tops on Instagram, hailing from brands like Zaful, Patbo and LoveShackFancy. Most recently, she wore a peach style with puffed sleeves, short shorts and towering brown heels at home.

For footwear, The “Lucky” singer’s go-to shoes have become Birkenstock’s Arizona sandals, which she owns in at least five colors. Aside from the comfy style, Spears also wears Hoka One One and Asics sneakers when off-duty. On the red carpet, her looks often include embellished sandals and pointed-toe pumps by Louboutin, Stuart Weitzman and Rene Caovilla, among other top brands. However, Spears also wears wallet-friendly sandals and boots from brands like Steve Madden, Impo and her own 2009 Candies collection.

Click through the gallery to see Spears’ boldest red carpet looks over the years.

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